There’ll soon be only one year left on Andrea Belotti’s contract with Torino, and the Italian media continues to have no certainty what will be of his future.
Even though the striker has been making history and currently captains the Turin side, there’s always a big question if he should be playing somewhere else.
Tuttosport writes about the situation, and when speaking of potential destinations for Belotti next season, the likes of Chelsea and Everton are named.
The newspaper first claims Torino are holding talks for a contract renewal, with negotiations set to take place only after the end of the season. They continue to be hopeful that he’ll stay at the club.
However, it’s said Belotti attracts a long list of potential buyers. The big news is about José Mourinho’s AS Roma, who’ve just joined the race, and they’re followed by Napoli, Fiorentina, Chelsea, Everton and Atletico Madrid.
There’s no information on Belotti’s price this time, although he’d be likely to leave for a lot less than in previous summers, since he’s now entering the final year of contract.
Chelsea have been linked to the striker for the past few months, although we’re still to see reports about serious talks for the signing. Recent claims from Italy have been saying that Torino should make around €40m with the sale.